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1. ## Thread: How do I calculate tension force for scattered bolt on plane

by enotyphoon
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### How do I calculate tension force for scattered bolt on plane

Please find the attached image. I know how to get the shear force for each bolt. But I dont know how to get the tension/compression force of the bolt when it position is not symmetric. I only know...
2. ## Thread: why type of support for diving board is assume as pin/roll, why not fix support?

by enotyphoon
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### why type of support for diving board is assume as pin/roll, why not fix support?

Sorry for silly question, but I have been wondering.
Diving board it is bolted to the ground(base platform) (bolt vertically, not sideway which act literally as pin), why not assume it as fix. the...
3. ## Thread: How do I represent load distribution on beam for equipment that is half out?

by enotyphoon
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### yeah, I am totally agree with you sir regarding...

yeah, I am totally agree with you sir regarding assume it as point load which is more conservative.
4. ## Thread: How do I represent load distribution on beam for equipment that is half out?

by enotyphoon
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### No, this for work. I need to the Shear and...

No, this for work. I need to the Shear and Bending graph, however I need to the the FBD correct first, could you tell me which part that I need to be corrected?. here I attached FBD complete with...
5. ## Thread: How do I represent load distribution on beam for equipment that is half out?

by enotyphoon
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### How do I represent load distribution on beam for equipment that is half out?

I am trying to make a FBD for equipment which is half out of the beam, I realise I can represent it with a single line of force.
But how if I want to go for distribute load? which one is the correct...
6. ## Thread: type of support for this beam?

by enotyphoon
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### type of support for this beam?

I have a beam secured by bolt (tighten) to the floor. the floor is assumed rigid. So which FBD is correct? (A), (B) or neither.
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7. ## Thread: Which FBD is right for this hanging beam case?

by enotyphoon
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### Which FBD is right for this hanging beam case?

I have a beam secured by bolt (tighten) to the floor. the floor is assumed rigid. So which FBD is correct? (A), (B) or neither.
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8. ## Thread: Does total reaction force exerted on bolt need to take account clamp force ?

by enotyphoon
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### Does total reaction force exerted on bolt need to take account clamp force ?

my bolt is tightened with certain torque and it produce tensile/clamp load due to it, FC . then the bolt is exerted experience external positive/negative tensile force,Ay on it.
Does the total...
9. ## Thread: which bolt experience the highest tensile force. close to c.g or outermost

by enotyphoon
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### which bolt experience the highest tensile force. close to c.g or outermost

I have a box attached to beam by bolt and the box is experiencing forward force. so which bolt experience highest tensile force due to forward force. bolt closes to the c.g or the outermost bolt....
10. ## Thread: Bolt connection is Fix-Fix or Pin-Pin support?

by enotyphoon
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### Bolt connection is Fix-Fix or Pin-Pin support?

Guys,

I have an equipment secured on a plate by 2 screws at front and back.
Now the equipment is experiencing external force which is 16g forward.
So, when I do the FBD diagram. Should I use...
11. ## Thread: Clamp force/tensile force due to torque consideration.

by enotyphoon
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### thanks for the source :cool:

thanks for the source :cool:
12. ## Thread: Clamp force/tensile force due to torque consideration.

by enotyphoon
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### is that mean, when my bolt is subjected to...

is that mean, when my bolt is subjected to tensile force due to external force(e.g: object is having upward/downward acceleration), i have to add/minus the Clamp force with the reaction force on bolt...
13. ## Thread: Clamp force/tensile force due to torque consideration.

by enotyphoon
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### Clamp force/tensile force due to torque consideration.

Hi,
I have calculate the clamp force, which mean that the tensile force acting on bolt when it clamped 2 or more surface together. Since the value of tensile force calculated is significantly...
14. ## Thread: Trying to get reaction force on bolt.

by enotyphoon
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### Trying to get reaction force on bolt.

Hi guys,

I am currently seeking a correct approach of getting the reaction force developed on bolt due to the Forward or Upward force experience by the object as per regulation of Title 14 CFR...
15. ## Thread: Calculate reaction force on bolt due to the force of object. Is this the right way?

by enotyphoon
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### Calculate reaction force on bolt due to the force of object. Is this the right way?

Hi guys,

I am currently seeking a correct approach of getting the reaction force developed on bolt due to the Forward or Upward force experience by the object as per regulation of Title 14 CFR...
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